I don't like the fact that readers can change the way they view my blog. I want things to be viewed the way I set them up, and not have them be changeable by the viewer.Personally, as long as each view lets some people view my blog, I'm happy to let anybody select the template that lets them view the blog, as it pleases them.
As a blog publisher, my goal is to provide content, that's interesting and useful to my readers. If all of the Dynamic Templates display the blog posts so my readers can read the posts, why should I care what format they select, to display the posts?
I chose to show my test blog - Musings, using the Magazine view, as the default. If some people choose to continue to read the content using Magazine, that's OK. If others decide that Timeslide is more their preference, that's fine too. The people using Timeslide to view the blog are still reading the blog - and maybe some people using Timeslide are people who might not choose to stay, if Magazine is the only choice.
You can, at your option, choose to examine this blog, in dynamic view. I won't be publishing this blog that way, by default. You may wish to evaluate dynamic views, for your blog, very carefully.
I'll let my readers decide. Their computers, their decision.